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The Stage Development of Huck Finn

Summary: An analysis of Huck Finn and Erik Erikson's theory of human development. Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.
Child development is a solution to understanding how people are, people were, and even how people will be. Psychologists in different fields, such as biological, behavioral, cognitive, and psychoanalytical, have discussed various ways in which children develop; these ways range from environmental pressure to crises with parents. Psychoanalysis proposes that the core for understanding personality is development through childhood. (Longer 22)Looking closely at psychoanalysis through the investigations of Erik Erikson, one can break the development of a single person down into eight specific stages varying from birth until late adulthood. (George) Building onto Freud's earlier works, Erikson proposes that each stage is a developmental period in which characteristic patterns of behavior are exhibited and certain capacities become established. (George) Erikson determines that the stages are presented in a hierarchy because each stage builds upon the stage preceding it. (George) Progress through these stages is...

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